String Cheese Incident Live at The Theater at MSG on 2001-10-31
Set 1: Black and White, Way Back Home, The Hobo Song, ¡BAM!, These Waves, Rhythm of the Road > Jam > Come as You Are
Set 2: Sweet Georgia Brown, Instant Karma¹, New York New York, So What, No Sleep 'Til Brooklyn², Howard, Round the Wheel > Jam > Good Times Around the Bend, Joyful Sound > Land's End, Texas
Encore: Shakedown Street³
Collection StringCheeseIncidentBand/Artist String Cheese IncidentVenue The Theater at MSGLocation New York, NYSource MBHO 603A/KA200N > Sound Devices MP-2 > ADC-20 > Sony PCM-M1Lineage Tascam DA-P1 > Audiowerk2 > Soundforge 4.5 > .wav > .shnTaped by Todd NevilleTransferred by Ian Stone
¹ with members of the Tom Tom Club
² with Rahzel (formerly of The Roots) on beat box
³ with Rahzel on beat box and singing Paul Revere (Beastie Boys cover)
Notes: Beginning of second set was a Subway Tour through the various stops on the A Train as follows: Sweet Georgia Brown (Harlem - 125th St.), Instant Karma (The Dakota - 72nd St.), New York New York (42nd St.), So What (Greenwich Village - 4th St.), No Sleep 'Til Brooklyn (Canal St.) with subway sounds and narration by John Barlow portraying Walt Whitman.
John Barlow also recited poems before Set 1 and the Encore.
First Time Played: Instant Karma (John Lennon cover), New York New York (Ebb/Kander tune made famous by Frank Sinatra), No Sleep 'Til Brooklyn (Beastie Boys cover), Shakedown Street (Grateful Dead cover)
December 5, 2007
This was a very magical and unique night is an understatment for the quality of this show. Especially if you went to the Robert Randolph pre show over with running smooth productions. For this show i busted out the Where's Waldo uni for the first time and i rocked it. Filling myself with free guiness at the pre show i was super pumped dancing up and down the isles where ever they took me. If you saw or smoked my kind with me whitch was anyone around when i puffed, waz up! Hopefully we can share together another cheeszy moment in the future. peace and cheese,Ed
July 5, 2004
This is a Landmark show for more reasons than i can even begin to recount. Full moon, Yanks at home for the series after the post 911 resumption of baseball. The guys knew the inportance of the event and did there best to really spiritualy support New York when it was time to let go of the fallen and move on. All people involved with this show made tremendous contributions and there were revolving costume changes and stage processions during the poetry readings. Much existentialism and tracendentalism in the poetry. Again this was a very magical and unique night. The covers alone make the show great as well.